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The Kalamazoo Wings is a fabulous ice hockey franchise that is a member of the ECHL, the East Coast Hockey League. It is located at the Wings Stadium in Kalamazoo, Michigan and is a member of the North Division of the Eastern Conference of the ECHL. It was founded in 1999 with its official colors being white, red and blue. It is a franchise owned by William D. Johnston with Jim Burlew as the general manager and Nick Bootland as the head coach. It is affiliated with the Vancouver Canucks of the NHL and the Chicago Wolves of the AHL, often drawing crowds to its games via Kalamazoo Wings tickets.
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From its founding in 1974 until 1999, the Kalamazoo Wings was a member of the International Hockey League. It then joined the UHL, under which it played until 2009. Since then, it has been a member of the ECHL. It is the proud owner of a number of championships. It has won three Regular Season Titles. It has also won eight Division Championships and four Conference Championships. It is also the proud owner of two Turner Cups, the highest championship in the IHL, and one Colonial Cup, the highest championship in the UHL.
Their home arena, the Wings Stadium, can seat five thousand people or more. The franchise is also known for being the home of the Green Ice Game, one of the most popular games in all of minor league hockey. It has carried forward the tradition of this game by starting the Pink Ice Game on Valentine’s Day, the Orange Ice Game on Halloween and the Golden Ice Game.
Starting out as members of the United Hockey League, the team has gone on to become one of the most formidable minor league ice hockey teams in the US today. As members of the International Hockey League, they built up a reputation for playing some of the most competitive games in the league. They have undergone a number of name changes, being known also as the Madison Kodiaks and the Michigan K–Wings. They are, undoubtedly, a franchise to see play live through cheap Kalamazoo Wings tickets.
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